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., 1AILT CArif SIi JOVnSAh, SAfiHM, OftMGON, FRIDAY, SHPTEMBJIR 1!, 1IWHJ ITSTtef" ? r.t !' PRELIMINARY fall Showing of Men's, Women's and j Children's ready-to-weiar garments. We say "pre liminary showing," but in reallity it means up to the or dinary "complete stock." Ours is never complete; every day-sees new goods coming, and as long as the season lasts will keep coming. Now that we are in such a splen did position to show you the new garments of the sea son, come and inspect them and assure yourself that our qualities are all that can be desired and how reasonably we have priced them. BfaJSSSSSSSSi j LtsF j. m Fall Showing of Dress Goods Our corroct showing of U1I3 Pall and Wlntor Dross Goods In alt tho now woavoa and colon aro production)) from tho world's best mills Wo have marched tho market far and near for this largo aisortmont and can now nr.miro you that our qualities aro tho host ovor offered at such ronBonablo prices. SHOES Tho wolI-drcBsod ladles wilt wonr this fall Tan High Shoos and I'atont Colts In JJalmoral nnd Bluchers, and tho welt drescod ones will loaves this store. Porftct fit guaranteed. Umbrellas Two-Handlo Combination Silk Umbrollaa, One-Handle Is of naturul wood finish. Tho otlior handle has gold or silver mounting. Iti'uid with largo peart. Tho30 or tho nowoit and to Introduce thorn vo aro offering them at special prices. $3.98 and $4.98 SOCIETY WOMAN A SUICIDE CAPITALIST'S WIFt DRINKS ACID lc coast, and a light of .arrival here, en route to tho fort last dlrnptnn ,,,, " ' M?,a ty, ended her Ilfo In her night, the colonel wo naked by u , , "' l lmu retUrn "nit n the Washington Annex representative of b tt"lted Press If totnbor 20. WM. M'MURRi NEW FURS I)y far the largest showing In Sa lom; now and bettor valuoB thnn wo have over had on display before at lower prices. A fow ut special ro duced prices.' FIRST FliOOII. I Toilet M "A J tr I Price. I VMMHBaMBslKWsMS9sM r" ' '.i. ' ' ' ' ! 3 pound batts 1 quilt size, I special, 1 63c J tut mum ihh-hi n hi City Newsft Kir t Christian church, will take place In City tery. The burial View eenio HW-tfH 1 1 I l-M"H-M"iH-fr Wfttln"s Forecast- Full tonight mill Hatimlny, When In Forttnnil Visit HaO's restaurant,. 330 Wash ington street. . t e-ojd Full Opening Of tho'lntust and most up-to-date line of exclusive tailored hats over shown In tho city. The ladlou of! Halo maud vicinity are cordially In vited. Friday nnd fiaturday, Suptom bor 11 (Mid 12. The Vogue Mlllln iVy, 270 North OoiumercTnl street. Wit Wo Can Make That old suit or hat look as good ns now, bring thorn In and let us show you. Johnson & atone, next door to Journal uttUio. Vl'M . , ' Wo nit must oat. 8o .why not have tho host In tho meat lino, nnd you will bo Hiiro to gut It If you oidur from HUiuslon Uros. sanitary tnurkut. Phono 321. J, M, Invn-m-i Tho best place In town to buy your ifrocortea, fresh eggs and country buttor. Phono 311. ll(XHt If yarn haven't tho spirit try a TasHnioo at X'iMc or a IQ& La Co rona or oven a fig Hon Toi wfil help some, Home productions. Will dftVa. jHt Htvolvwl Av slhpmont of cedar post, quote special price for a fow Tho C. K. 8. 8. Co. .J0.4t . WanlHl tit Dr. Clone's drug' sVnre, a young' mtui who doslret to loam thu drug buBlnesv'' flslr wngea. Apply at onw. 9-l0-3t r Han i (JimhI ltecoitl J. P. Yvatoh reports that he hn this year put down 2500 tout, In length, of cement sidewalks In this city, brenklnc nU previous record lu hU experience of 38 years as n contractor i that Hue. He has re cently put down n ttO-foot walk for A. Prescott In South Salem, with a three-foot retaining wall, nnd tu wet Mr. Voatoh to do tho work for htm Mr. Pro-cott. who wants the very host work doue. wnltml for him ijult bit. and Is vorv well sailsrtevl with tho work. Mr. Wwteh Is an old Or ugoulau and U naturally proud of hU record 1 having nut down an un rokn lino of good Job. V 'U In Multnomab "futy tariff K oh atul Nwlhr n yc trdy jtftiU'nuoti Krrtthd Dvw H Kelay at a hop yartl lglu iuli fr n tM etly on .the fttihw of lrs l.v, Th arr,wt was niado upn In iM)H4Mi(VU from Shevlft 8tovM. of auUmitth county tlVlj'v FmrwiI - TU fmwral of TUomts Trho who died at thd Murnhv hop ranch Wed nesday vulns; of nn dUoas. vlll bg held, at 2 p. m Sunday (rout th,o )anc( Toiiioitow Night At tho Auditorium llluk, Mutitroy's orchestrn. Admission lo cents. Oysttr coektnllB at Iiiii'm. (.'IuIiiin llniHonnble Itati'H Tho Mount Hood Hallway Com pany, ngnlnst wIiohm rate on ml)' feed a complnlnt was Mod rerontlv by II. Connoway, n morchant of Odell, Oregon, does not think Hint Its rates aro unreasonably high. Su perintendent Charles t. Farley, of the company, In n li'ltor o the rail road cotumlsalon thin morulnt;. ututos that tlu cost of o'lurnt'ng h about 40 per cent more thnn on tho O. H. & N. or Southern Pacific, and he nskH that thu rntos be not changed. The matter Is being taken uudwr advlss mout by tho Hallroad Commission. A Cliln Id Of frys for your Sunday dinner nt Knrrlugtou't, tit 6c per pound. Dance Tomorrow Night At tho Auditorium Kink, MoKlroy's orchestra. Admission 10 cents. HuiMTlntontltMitH (Nuiiptclo Iijior Tho Una I session of tho coMiity su parluteudunt'tt convention was hold this afternoon. Tho must Important matter brought before tho soslon was tho raising and apportionment of school funds. The recotumeudn lions of tho committee having these mstinrs In charge adopted, and tho next OOOOOOOO I'KHSOX.U. MF.NTIOV O And O O . f, Movements of Salem O . .. - People, o OOOO. OOOOonn Judgo GallowaV Is In Eugene, at tending to bilnlness matters, ' Ooo, A. Phlppen is transacting iMiBincBH in Aiunny for a fow days. George Skiff Is visiting with Al bany friends for n few days. Mls MabeJ Wntson returned this morning front nn outing at Caacadla. Seymour Jones was looking nftor business matters In Kugono yostor day. Mrs. A. Hynn, of Uoseburg, Is vis iting nt tho home of Mrs. A. H. Mooro. T. L. MoMlllnn. of Portland, ts In the city transacting huslnoK for n short time. Mr. and Mrs. K. Wharton, of Ru gene, aro visiting with friends In this olty for n fow days. Albert Shaw and wlf, of Spring Held, formerly of this city, nrs horo visiting for a fow dnys. Hay T. Smith loft this morning for Ulttvlllo, Wash., whei'o ho will visit for a short tlmo with friends and rel atives. Mrs. T. A. Faulting nnd children have returned from Newport, where they spout a throe-weeks' vacation. Loonnrd Drown, of Kugono, re turned to' tils home In that city hut uvuutng, after transacting business uero. Mls Alela Fisher returned to hor were unanimously 1 110'"0.'1" "'"fHaml this morning, after uxt leglMnture will" ,'ow t,n'8 vlslt ' tho oDy with bo aakod to Incorporate them Into a, ";,'"" "'" ' 'v "".' , .... state law. This nlomlng tho dele-1 lr- f;, M M,rrti. who htiboen; gates had their plllturos taken, and ?',omfu,,IK UV, 8"'"nr wltb hor fath this aftomoun an automobile rldo was ,or Ju,aK Moore, has Ult (o.hoc taken through, tho city nnd tho mr-l,0K? ,,l.J or , m. , . v -toundlug country. Most of the couu- ' Mh" Hy Houston hai rettirnl to vi nuiiiv in mis vii, iiiivr vibiiiiK with hor grandparents, Mr. and -Mrs. 12 J. Clauahnn. lu Kugone. , James Colllgan. formerly a rosU dent of this olty, came dQwiUrfiNng his home lu Mnricufthls nurnlng tff transact buslnoA fori) few days. Mr. and Mrs. J I.. Luther returned to their home In Portland this morn-i WtU, , ri'tiltel t'rws !.end Wtr. . Seattle. Wash., Sept. 11. Mjrs. (John Davis, bride of John DaVls, tho i well-known real estate capitalist, formerly MIm Mnrlo'tta Myors, one of the nion beautiful young women i on the Pacific coast, and 'Seattle society apartments I last night by drlnklrtg a auantlty of 1 carbolic acid with suicidal dirtent. The sulc'de, which created excite ment In the Seattle "400" Is oho of the most rcnsatlonal, happenings In I the hlatory of tho city. About It there Is nn nlr of d,cnpc-t mystery, i The young wonmn nd given abao- ilutoly no Intimation o' her rash In tention. Mrs. Dnvls ''' n bride of l"ss thnn hIx tnont'i. Her lurbnnd 's a mem i u" firw "f, Toh lv Com nany, with offlcs hero. Intlmnto friends and relatives aro nt a loss to understand what wciild cause the young woman to tnko her life, as she scorned to bo In the best of spirits, and there was no Indication of es trangement between herself and hus band. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dnvls were married In San FrnncNco, and shortly nftor ward went abroad, wher they trav eled extonslvelv, vlsltlmr tho prlnc.1 pal cUIcb of Europe. T'loy seemed to bo perfectly happy. Shortly bofore 8 o'clock lnt night tho woman swallowed tho deadly poi son, and as scon'ns the dlscovory wna made phvslclans wore hurried to the hotel, nnd for four hours flvo mem bers of tho local frntomlty worked ovor her, resorting to every means known to medlcnl rclon.ee In nn effort to sn'vo hor Mfo, Tholr task was a fruitless one, however, nnd nbout mldh'ght she passed away. Tho utmost secrecy was mrlntnlnod regarding the trngo dy, nnd aftor tho death was an nounced it was Imuos'lblo to get nny statement from those Intlmnto with the famllv as to tho cause leading to tho aulcldo. Mrs. Myen. mother of tho dead woman, has been IP In a Seattle hos pital for sonio tlmo paBt, nnd Mrs. Davis was callod to Seattle about two weeks ncn bcause of her comllt'on. It Is known that the young woman nnd boon h-ood'ng over her 'Mother's lllne'. which was of n sorlous na ture, nnd tho onlv theory regnrdlng tho sad affair thot hns thtm far been f i stewart -is i -' ready for i ;; anything: ffnt'fil ?'r l."il uri.t Hunchuca, Ariz., Sept. 11. Uendv to start on a 90-mlleJest ride tho minute he recelvoi orders from the S. P. GO. MAKES LOW BO K4rrseTX- FOR BENEFIT OFT who has been In exile nt Fort Grant, , , " v II -STATE FAIR In nt Fort Hauchuca today. Official orders for the tost are expected to ar rlvp from Washington within the next 24 hours. Colonel Stcwnrt will nrobnbly start Sunday or Monday morning. ueiermineu io imuck i .-y" Be rouni, trln ,,,,, .V a. ..... . Hnnnuiin tnnr 'ri - --i .iLncim in . . u onel Stewart will Insht upon taking ono-tnira fare from September j tno 50 miie wniKinu lest aner ins xa, uiiuusivo, mug. I finishes his 90-ml'e nap. uonn ni! Limit, contlniifyi. ., ' "' ui Tho'Southern Pacific ComJ tlio Hd'ng tot v-- of ntGrtnl bene- 0-10-tf fit to the service. Mie colonpl replied: i MCRRd 0-.P. "Von It ts! T m fendv nnd nnxlot. ,, ., .... . ". ':"-'..". 1 . .... - i m '". j. fj, Ullllnm to aKe wmM.n,i.u ui..-, Qf th, . .lllr,hfil lt ciuis are re"" '.io nainin'-r . n noA prnnt i, ",". , ".m necessary t a-mi tke both teits." I "? wnn0tr "vne,r3Ptl!jaibf ; H Colonel Stewo--t smiled meaningly s0' Wandproprlotor. i 1,1, f-inud". h" It I" reported that, Tho only time that a yootil ,D t,-iji '" "ie double tost to U'p- "" "lluuu lu l Bin ana Dnt'nj. prove the rumors that he wns out of . ,3 vho the gl-1 9 the bnsiah a . u J..,MU HH., VUH... fW .. - onyBicni cuuuuiuu, uuu-unuiu ui mu hard ride. o . Plioto-cngruvliig In England. Tho additional fact that American nppnrtus Is most generally used by photo-engravers In A woman always has fiitil man's Judgment. She has preti uuuh iu ii. iuat :i is rignt. o- Thoro aro not any too ail Great Britain, i tho churchc3 If they alt dd th!-l and, perhaps, also by ciectrotypers, and sufficiently hustled. snouNi givo-wnniever as3iirnnco is required to Amerlcnn mnnjfncturers and dealers to direct their attontton especially to tho southwest of Eng land. American screens aro hold to ho tho best In tho world, nnd although Germans, with tho ndvuntngo of a roputntlon for early experiments In screon making, offer screens nt much lowor flguros, English photograph ers are said to prefer tho Amerlcnn product, even nt a higher price, bo Philip Llllenthal, a promlaeJ Frnnclsco bauker, was throwii an automobile and killed Est ray Not Ire. Notlco Is hereby given that I takon up nnd Impounded the fj tng described an'ma', faind m nt largo In tho cltv of Salens:! Ono dnrk Iron gray fll'r ! Moving that by tho -bettor Amorlcnn ioU1' w,m fltrln0 ln fare cl'j ruling they securo moro oven tones of color. Amorlcnn enmcrtn are nlso much used by the English hnlf-tono en gravers, notwithstanding tho pref erence for tho English photographer ln g"nornl for tho avorago English mndo folding camera? for nll-ifround work, nnd lenses nlouo of the Im portant nppartus used by process on grnvrs scorn to bo supplied chlofly by English and German maker). I Even -'th tl"1 Ion1', however, '' a p"" '"ct of some additional Aii"",u cae rn'tn. fx)" It Is well known that n certain typo o' Govmnn lens la oft en "ifT"J. "'' '"t ''! tvno la! nlso, made In tho Cnltad Qtntcs. Vlowlng tho business of tho half tone engraver and tho eloctrotypor In general. It Is ovldent thnt prqeo's ndvanced Is that molancholln, roiult-ongravlng. oipoclnlly, has hardly Ing from her constantly worried takon root horo ns comnared with It stnto of mind, was tho cause of th i wldosprrtid use In the United States, suicide. NEWS FltOM HEHK. Til Kit K AND KVKHVWHKItK O D. Collins, manager of n land company, was k'l'ed near Spoknn whon he tiecnmo frlihtnod nml nt. tomnted to wrost the stoerlng wheel lr the u-e of pictures In nowpaperi nnd thnt while Itmay be n long time ucniru u consmernoiy Eiipiunuis Mthocrnnhy, there Is n posMblllty of Its doing so, fn part, nt loast, as the yonrs go by. Tho Increasing dlftlculty thnt Eng lish ilthogrnnhors oxuerlenco In com of nn auto. In which he was riding, from tho hnmb of tho driver, caus ing tho mnohlno to drive off a 45 foot trestle. The driver escaped un injured by Jumping from the ron chlno. Governor Hnnly, of Indiana, has caused much unfavorable comment for tho alleged charging of a $25 1 reo for nddrosslng tho graduating clnss from ono of the nubile schools. A man nnmed Purdy lu Eurokn. Nevada, whllo not -a mln'stor. hns boon oltlclattng nt all deaths In his city. Tho first of this week Purdv dlod nud the town was found' God fcrsakon, nnd no minister In It, and a telegram was sont to How Robin ion, nt Itono. who Is now mnklng n 300-mlle trip to ottlclnto nt the a ly superintendents will leave for their homes this evening, , (2KOKGI.V IIAHPKII IN "At, I, THE COMFOKTH OF HOMB." Miss Georgia Harper will bo soeu IP Ollltftt'a coined' "All tho Com foru of Home" at the Grand oporn uuiinu uuntiK ,ii . uufcHhi'iiiuui ' i Inij. nftor nn exlmte.l vital clergymnu's funeral. Tho Oakland. 'Cnl., Donohue imir-ltho hnlf-tone or zinc llock, can der oae has been given up as nu-1 the 'demands. -Consular Report nuiioimiuio by tho police. o In tho bidding for nnd securing of flrst-cln-'H lithographing stones from tho continent -oems to Indlcnto R danger to th future trade In Groat Drltaln "and to Justify the expecta tion that hnlf-tono printing In three colors will, attain more nnd moro vogue hero. Although, the dlfferont tompora mont qf tho KBllshmnn may nevor 'ond either render or editor to do slro tho uspof Plrturo lu nowspapors In order to cptar to tlje love of no toriety and sonsot'onnl lubllratlnn to the extent thnt it I shnwn In othor parts of tho world, ttiero h also rea son to believe thnt both editor nnd rondor will sen the Htnoss of more pictorial cmboMlshment thnn thev nro nt present employing, and that i only the process rgraver, with either meet Report. STATE XHWS. ninny siiMniyjus. aim iinrobl nunc, ami fnmiiv ;.,!,.... vt n.f riiu f . .... . - ,." Mr. Detrlck well ns tho 'Mill II H IIIU 1 OV'.MllllL- nftlll- vlultlmr will. f.lAn.la ' nK...... ........... . . .. ..,... of the ca-t good opportuni-, ; ,:rv3'-.vA: i. ," 'T, ."".". ":".'-w " . '.r "."' V . " .M,"S. .'" Mi their eonuntv llhe. ' "?' .'. rY: l"r ' ' J"11 " """ " ".'. ". w.:.t" i",' a ana story ts an entirely original I -'""'" r.r ..-.. W1 i ,X?. "r.sl.-. "i".V.qr "V? . Egbert Pettlbono. the Inmnely .. .t TV"",V.":..,". ',,"!"',w ... L""' f." V,,iM,,. . Krn ei - 1....1......1 i...;.. ....""""- mv.c,. u, , puuii'iuii. wrt'Koii, Aiimerm cnuvKtf, nna ueen socuren to B ii.ihuh.iii, llimivui'li n IIU.B nrrli-A.I lno. ....!..,. . .. ., an ... I.. .wllh wit and gives MUs Harper nud n'T iHtting man i. as balance ties Thu a no, Jcalou from a young man to hi wife, askliict for an interview with her for tho pur pose of securing her consent for his marriage with hor daughter, but this part of 't the hubond d' under stand, nnd, thinking hi H'lfo un faithful. e decides tu teW hor abroad Hsforo doing so. Ixtwvvor. ho leave his largo houso in tho hands or a friend of his, ,wlm. not being overburdened with mean, hits upon a plan to rent the rooms as a rooming hu AM he chnrm tr taVo rooms ho-. "Fltl," an n 'reas and tnger. takw apartment- her, where he meets Theodore Itouder. with hl wtfe n.id dnhtr. Mr. lleuder It n wealthy poultry dealer from the provinces, nud. though Bit e'dejily gentleman. 8UIU04 up a tljr tntlon with the actress, eauslufc IcrU ousy and Indescribably funny sl'.ua tlons. Other plays to bo presented during to tholr homes In Grants Pass Inst arrived last evening, and will remain ovor during the state fair, with tho internum or viewing , the excellent stock display. George Uyons and family of Qo fcocton. Nw York, mad a khort visit Tuft-day vuh Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Ga of this city. They were op route to southern Oregon aud Cali fornia. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gale of this city left for Portland yostorday morning, where they will make their future home. Mr. Gale wUl study Jiutllclne In the University of Ore gon Medical school tu that city. 0 SAVING MONEY FOU HlCIt Patrol boats mo watohlng fo violators of the salmon law Around Astoria. Governor ChamberU'n ha l-i named vice-president of tho rcieinn or tho Cbnmherlflln fwly, whlrU t being held In Hostou,. Wllltaiu Darclay. lialf,hred lu li nn, wanted at KlamntJi Falls on th A chronic ajd long-sunerlug dyv peptic quit cousultlug doctors, con? sultttd '..la stomach Ingtotid, often wont to it for advice, followed Ita suggtJstioiu closely, aud got well. Eacj! Tho dr.y cftor Is nn occasion Jong to bo dlsromembered If that wero possible. pounds. Tho owner of said animal ttj tho mine by proving proprl paying tho logal charges andtl es of taking up and keeplu and ln default thereof for flrtj wl'l proceed to sell said tnid public auction, as provided i nanco No. 429 of the aforruH D, W Gil City Mi Snlom, Oregon, S'pte'bcj 1908. MJ CKEY TO L( TII0S K Over Lndrf & Bu-h' 0ok.8' Norwich Union Fire Insurance So Krenk .Mctediih, lte,Ukni.ti OUlco with Wm. Drown i 1 :t9 Cotninnrclal strwt STARR PIANI HIGH CLASS GOOfl GEO. C. Will NEW TOM hur S11I0 Severn boucei It ' and farm 'a' l ' a b'!1! Ital Nation ' li V W....I...1 At i.nr. a f'Oii' thoCottage Hot'' ; For Sab"' One g' d Ksra 0 nTho'ce of v.. t - ma. ,.lt,ltV, . , .,.1 i.-I ci.x iirfif is JJ ct :..;.:. ' i. i nauBr" !SW r. .? W r,,... ...-oft. mrroi'1! euicr i' -' - j. ciai. rorsuicwis I 1 -' Merlao :C. ' ... XI. n i,lt, '. oldest breeders f '!? ri,.. i.i ner neia gon, .i-rn : - - n,a;t Eoff. SiU' Vi " ,,.1 uox -. AND POOU The Urovver Drug C'lau.v yf thU elty. mHkffniihnifounceweut tn'thbi p:uier that will put wone In.thel. I jiuckvms 01 ma peopie. mm luexv.Mvf' ofcly besun to announce the list of teach science In Albany collego this year. The body of an unknowa man with a Btone attached to a rone sus- 1 ponded from his neck, was fount yestoruay in trie Columbia river near .The Dalles. Dallas Is entering into contract to the extent of UT,e fpr. the ex tension of the city's" sewipr system. The Taffe Ice plant afeThe Dallw, valued at $50,000 was destroyed by fire yoiterday morning. r Ox 1 . POvD, ' FOLSOM. At Portland. Thursday evening, l.ouls FoUonj, aged 37. formerly of this clLv. .. The deceased sleoAes a wlf. mother and .awisurtal LADIES LOOKING FOR SOMETHING full re.ideut of A - 4 -- V 3nllM rtnlnri T r .. ... ...V".".T ".". :.. .""'..7 urtl.l.w .... ....!... ,... IV " -.v - m r uu .Miss imrpers vugagemeni nere win " .v.. iJrvtnve m cow ro ttana. T B Handle Tllla-, he Daudet'i 'Sappho Selnklowlca's .K,ve lho ,rei,e reductions that win mook the much-tftlketl of 'Cnmllle, "Twq I " h they save ou drug stow lt ,, a otteatlon whether n 1. . 1 M- r. In the Millinery Line for Fair, we wish to say we the nobbiest and most to-date assortment and fttitctt-o rlicnlt in tlie t Miss M. Evans? Meyers' Store to have amned at u.